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policy at the university of california berkeley and former labor secretary, not an official surrogate for the obama campaign. bob, good to see you again. >> hi, ali. >> the president is going to face opposition from congress. just like he has for the last two years. he does not have the power to fix the situation in europe. he doesn't have the power to fix slow growth and all sorts of problems with china. what's the best reason to think that a second term is going to go better than the first for president obama? >> well, there are two possible ways it could go better. number one, if congress were different. this is not just a presidential election, ali. this is also an election with regard to at least a third of the senate and all of congress and the president might have a more cooperative congress. number two, if the president is re-elected, that is normally considered to be a mandate to get done many of the things that a president up for re-election wants to get done. this case, for example, raising taxes on the rich. most of the polls show that a large majority of americans think t
. on crenshaw drive in the inglewood section of l.a. it's on its way to the california science center where it will be on permanent display for thousands of southern californians who have only seen it on their tv screens, seeing it up close is quite the experience. you can see it's going particularly slow right now because one of its wings is ever so close to that tree. they're not going to cut down the tree but we understand they're trimming a few branches or at least they have had to trim a few branches of some trees so that the "endeavour" does not make cack. and remember, this is l.a., well known for i
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